Friday, April 12
In case you were wondering, it’s National Grilled Cheese Day! Ditch your normal weekday bag lunch and indulge on a dime by getting a free hot and delicious sandwich from local chain The Melt. Sign up @eatcheese.com to redeem your grilled cheese code.
If your stomach and mind ache together for delicious, ethical and sustainable food, look no further than the “It’s the Principle” fundraiser dinner. Benefitting the Coalition for Human and Ethical Farming Standards (CHEFS), the meal promises to be a collaborative cornucopia of fresh and local delights. The seven course dinner is $300. Call La Toque at 707-257-5157 for reservations. Dinner is 6:30 @ La Toque, 1314 McKinstry St., Napa
Saturday, April 13
For all those in love with the delicious sweets at local hot spot Chile Pies, more is coming. April marks the first month that the baking team will be bringing high quality, delicious cakes to San Francisco. Look out for tasty classic cakes, cheesecake, chocolate and vanilla as well as a few fun new flavors. @ 601 Baker St. and 314 Church St.
Monday, April 15
A kickstarter for food lovers, local chef Trish Tracey is hosting a pop-up fundraising event for her future restaurant Myriad Gastro Pub. The event will feature the globally inspired food and drinks of Myriad, and promise to be delicious. The event starts at 6 pm and tickets are $60 here. @ Eastside West, 3154 Fillmore St.
Thursday, April 18
Looking for something to please both the stomach and mind? Head across the Bay to Camino’s Author Dinner Party. The evening’s spotlight will be on Deborah Madison and her new book Vegetable Literacy. Stop in to enjoy an inspired dinner cooked in Camino’s roaring fireplace. The evening starts at 6 pm and is $80 here. @ 3917 Grand Ave., Oakland